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Title 204—JUDICIAL SYSTEM GENERAL PROVISIONS

PART V. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND CONDUCT

[ 204 PA.  CODE CH. 81 ]

Amendment of Sections 81.501(e) and (g) and 81.502(a) of the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyers Trust Account Regulations for Pro Hac Vice Admission; No. 121 Disciplinary Rules Doc.

[43 Pa.B. 6762]
[Saturday, November 16, 2013]

Order

Per Curiam

And Now, this 30th day of October, 2013, It Is Ordered that Sections 81.501(e), 81.501(g) and 81.502(a) of the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyers Trust Account Regulations (Pennsylvania Code Title 204, Part V, Subpart A, Chapter 81, Subchapter D, Sections 81.501(e) and (g) and Section 81.502(a)) are hereby amended as follows.

 This Order shall be processed in accordance with Pa.R.J.A. No. 103(b), and shall be effective in 30 days.

Annex A

TITLE 204. JUDICIAL SYSTEM GENERAL PROVISIONS

PART V. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND CONDUCT

Subpart A. PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

CHAPTER 81. RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

Subchapter D. INTEREST ON LAWYER TRUST ACCOUNT REGULATIONS FOR PRO HAC VICE ADMISSION

§ 81.501. Definitions.

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 (e) Court. Any Pennsylvania magisterial district court, the Philadelphia Municipal Court (except for Traffic Division), any Pennsylvania court of common pleas, the Pennsylvania Superior Court, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and any other Pennsylvania court established after the effective date of these regulations which is not a special court.

 (f) IOLTA Board. The Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyer Trust Account Board.

 (g) Special court. [Any Pennsylvania magisterial district court, the] The Traffic Division of the Philadelphia Municipal Court, [the Philadelphia Traffic Court,] the Pittsburgh Municipal Court, and any other special court of similar jurisdiction.

§ 81.502. Scope.

 (a) An attorney, barrister or advocate who is qualified to practice in the courts of another state or of a foreign jurisdiction may be specially admitted to the bar of this Commonwealth for purposes limited to a particular case. Admission pro hac vice shall not be required in order to participate in a case solely as amicus curiae.

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[Pa.B. Doc. No. 13-2149. Filed for public inspection November 15, 2013, 9:00 a.m.]



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